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Thread: new items for my portfolio
June 25th, 2008 #1
new items for my portfolio
need help with critique
thanks for your time
if anyone curious the first page the words say swallow your pride
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top picture: I think the black and white drawing could use more value to show depth, specifically around the chest. At first glance, I didn't notice there was something strange about the chest.. it wasnt until I looked at the bottom picture, then back to the top, that I realized something was coming out! More contrast in depth will make it pop. The type looks nice, right now it's stealing all the attention. I think by making the drawing and the letters more equal in quality and intensity will make the artwork stronger, maybe by adding details to the face and hands etc. Or try making the eyes more expressive, the guy looks pretty mellow for having stuff reach out of him. It's an interesting concept, looks good and caught my eye, but feels unfinished. I hope you keep working on this
bottom- to be honest, I'm not exactly sure what it is... maybe add more work on the drawing?
June 25th, 2008 #3
the third one doesnt really make sence, just my friends civic, with the night life in the background
it says hope because in my portfolio the page next to it is red, this one is green and the car is white (AKA mexican flag, green represents hope in the flag, red is for the blood of there hero's)
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